By the Numbers is a series of fact sheets that offer readers statistics and data on various family-related subjects in a single-page format. Each facts sheet is a straightforward and convenient resource for learning about Canadian families, providing statistics in a clear manner with hyperlinks to all cited sources.
This feature is designed for the media, educators, students, social service professionals and anyone interested in understanding the strengths of Canadian families and the challenges they face.
By the Numbers is no longer a monthly publication, but each edition of Transition magazine now contains similar fact sheets titled Facts and Stats, which are available to download as stand-alone documents.
- Separation and Divorce in Canada, December 2013
- Immigrant Families at Work in Canada, November 2013
- Religion and Spirituality in Canada, October 2013
- Moving and Migration in Canada, September 2013
- Aboriginal Families in Canada, August 2013
- Active Leisure in Canada, July 2013
- Fathers in Canada, June 2013
- Mothers in Canada, May 2013
- Substance Use and Addiction in Canada, April 2013
- The Economic Well-Being of Women in Canada, March 2013
- Modern Families, January 2013
- Census Families Then and Now, December 2012
- Military Families, November 2012
- Caregiving and Work, October 2012
- Employment and Labour in Canada, October 2012
- Families and Technology, September 2012
- Fathers in Canada, June 2012
- Mothers in Canada, May 2012
- Births and Babies in 2009, April 2012
- Family Farms in Canada, April 2012
- Random Acts of Kindness Week, February 2012